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This was easy to make with pantry staples (I used canned fire-roasted tomatoes). My whole family loved it. We will undoubtedly make it again, as DD said she wished she could eat this every single day for lunch. Thanks, lucid501! Made for "Please Review My Recipe" Tag game.

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Susiecat too February 20, 2008

Unlike the other reviewers, I thought this was terrific:D The lighter texture of the cheese sauce I'm pretty sure was due to the addition of baking soda. As a result, you can get away with using less cheese per serving, saving lots of calories! Instead of adding any eggs, I just scrambled them separately and topped the toast with them before adding the cheese (because I am overly concerned about undercooked eggs). I used a bit more cayenne and mustard, so my BF thought it was just a tad too spicy, but he said he still loved it anyway:D I used low-fat milk and low-fat cheese. It came out great! I think I will try this again soon, using beer instead of milk. Thanks, lucid, I'm so glad I tried this!

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Kumquat the Cat's friend January 22, 2008

I made this for lunch today as my last zingo pick on ZWT. It was kind of like scrambled eggs with a slight kick. I used dijon mustard & scaled it down to serve one. Not bad, I quite enjoyed it.

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**Mandy** July 02, 2007

I made this a couple of days ago and while it had a nice mild flavour, the texture resembled a cross between custard and soft cooked scrambled eggs, which I'm not keen on. Maybe I needed to use lower heat and cook it longer, so for that reason I won't post a rating. I halved everything, used dijon mustard and added extra cayenne. I'll try making it again soon, and will post a rating.

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Soobeeoz February 16, 2007

A tasty and easy to make spread for toast. You can make this for a large number of people.You should use very ripe, full flavoured tomatoes (or use canned ones), because the cheese could otherwise a bit too dominant here. The most important step here is to make a real thick milk mixture, so that the spread gets stick too. I like it spicy and so I have used abou 1 teaspoon of cayenne and a little more mustard. Be careful, because it will soon be gone and you will have eaten more of it than only one serving. Thanks for sharing.

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Thorsten August 14, 2006
Tomato Rarebit